The Scottish Government recently released an update on the guidelines regarding the Coronavirus/Covid 19 situation.
You can read the latest new on the Scottish Government publications page (link at bottom of article).
How does this affect therapy and coaching services at the Craigie Partnership?
As a provider of mental health services (as well as careers and coaching – see our website for a full range of our services) we are committed to offering the highest quality services in a way that is safe and meets the needs of clients and practitioners.
The Scottish Government's advice is currently to work from home whenever possible and to reduce any unnecessary social contact. As such, 4 members of our team are now offering sessions by Skype and Zoom. This allows clients the flexibility to have a session from home, thus reducing any risk of travel and meeting face to face.
We understand that some clients are not able to have sessions online for a variety of reasons. To help meet those client needs, one of our team is currently offering face to face sessions, following strict health and safety procedures in our office at Scott House, 10 South St Andrew Street, near the city centre.
We hope this blended approach will allow us to continue to support our clients in the safest way possible and thank you for your patience during these difficult times.
You can see the steps we have taken in our previous blog entry here: https://craigiepartnership.co.uk/blog/161-covid-19-update-september-2020-arrangements
If you have any questions about how we can support you, a loved one or a colleague, please don’t hesitate to drop us an email:
The Scottish Government updated guidelines: